March 2017

Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA and World Horse Welfare have formed a coalition that aims to support the implementation of the first ever global welfare standards for working horses, donkeys and mules.

4 mins

The granting of the UK’s first sterile Manufacturer’s Specials Authorisation by the VMD has the potential to change the way equine vets here manage horses, according to BEVA.

4 mins

Moses Brennan highlights factors that can be detrimental to injury repair and provide guidance on strategies to optimise wound healing.

24 mins

Harriet Coates looks at some of the summer's allergies, and how vets and owners need to work together on treatment plans.

29 mins

David Rendle discusses the implementation of targeted worming plans and the means by which compliance can be improved.

20 mins

Madeleine Campbell reviews potential welfare issues that apply particularly to breeding horses and possible methods of addressing them.

18 mins

Claire Wylie reviews peer-reviewed studies regarding diagnosis, treatment and prevention published in 2016.

27 mins

Andy Durham discusses some of the commonly used approaches in treating diarrhoea cases in equine practices.

30 mins

February 2017

Jacqueline Matthews explores measures to prevent or manage parasitic worms in young horses, with possible treatment options.

23 mins

Celia Marr looks at the latest information surrounding diseases affecting equines and available analgesic options.

13 mins

David Rendle discusses the risk factors and methods of prevention for this condition, which mainly affects performance horses.

23 mins

January 2017

Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson explore methods of managing and training horses for competition and how to avoid stress, tension and obesity.

44 mins

Madeleine Campbell explores lack of libido in stallions, the common clinical presentations and possible management methods.

32 mins

Alex Draper discusses life on the road as an equine vet – and how attending a speeding course was a huge personal wake-up call.

13 mins

Annamaria Nagy and Sue Dyson investigate some of the advances in diagnostic imaging in horses using studies on techniques to discover injuries.

28 mins

Suzanne Rogers reports on the results and feedback from a questionnaire with owners at the annual event held in Cumbria.

18 mins

December 2016

Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson consider the challenges of identifying the sources of pain causing lameness and poor performance in horses.

50 mins

Celia Marr describes methods of treating the virus and spotting the clinical signs.

29 mins

The global nature of the equine industry makes it vital to consider the constant risk of notifiable exotic diseases. Josh Slater lists those relevant to the UK and emphasises the importance of awareness and risk-based biosecurity.

25 mins

November 2016

Patrick Pollock discusses a development in equine veterinary medicine that has led to a fundamental change in understanding the airway – both in terms of health and disease.

22 mins